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Empowering business

09 Feb 2017

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Southbank’s Holmesglen City Campus will play host to a summer skills series this month as part of the launch of its new professional workforce solutions (PWS) education program for businesses.

Located on the corner of St Kilda Rd and Dorcas St, the institution is reaching out to the local business community offering corporate clients a program of relevant, contemporary and innovative learning solutions.

The programs have been designed along the three core themes of business foundations, professional essentials and leadership and this month a summer skills series will offer participants the chance to build on these areas over two days.

On February 21, the campus will host a business foundations program, which will be followed by a professional essentials program on February 23.

With classrooms overlooking the Shrine of Remembrance and surrounding parklands, head of PWS Simon Bruce said participants would be provided with inspiration to achieve their best utilising the latest technologies.

“A big focus of PWS’s activities are designed to bring positive change to organisations, both large and small,” he said.

“We achieve this collaboratively as a clear and identifiable pathway, by delivering a range of strategic advice, consulting services and contemporary programs.”

For more information about the program visit holmesglen.edu.au or refer to the advertisement on page 6 of this edition for further details.

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